The CEO of Notion Ink, Rohan Shravan, has "outed" some more news about the Ice Cream Sandwich release. Yes, this is the same fellow who told us about Gingerbread a few days in advance last time around (which is why we looked twice). In a post at the Notion Ink blog about plans to improve the graphics performance of the Adam, Shravan says a couple really interesting things -- Google will be releasing Ice Cream Sandwich in late October, OMAP devices will be the preferred platform (and receive the update before Tegra devices), and the Notion Ink will have the Adam updated by November.
Additionally, the folks at Phone Arena have confirmed with Shravan that Google has already supplied OEMs with Ice Cream Sandwich, and that Notion Ink is not one of the manufacturers to be seeded with an early release of the source code.
We're still going to be on the lookout for something a bit more official, and none of this news is really surprising -- it has been regurgitated across the Internet for the past few months. We'll see Ice Cream Sandwich when it's ready, and if that means next month none of us will be complaining.
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